express condition

express condition

See condition.

References in classic literature ?
"My father, to whom I have told my plans, has made it an express condition of his consent that the wedding is not to take place for a year.
Would you believe it, they invited me there under the express condition that I should die quickly, and they are all as wild as possible with me for not having died yet, and for being, on the contrary, a good deal better!
For some professions such as law and accountancy, it will often be an express condition of the contract of employment that the employer will take out appropriate insurance against employee negligence.
Some legal and tax advisors take the position that where financing is an express condition to closing in the purchase contract, the payment of finance related fees out of exchange proceeds should not generate boot.
He was allowed to leave the country with his family with the express condition to behave while in exile.
Instead, it was an express condition of their franchise approval, which is very lucrative."<br />Spectrum said they have met and exceeded the guidelines set by the PSC, but the PSC begs to differ.
The Candidate had made a Board leadership position (chair or vice chair) an express condition to his willingness to join the Board, because he felt that a leadership role would be necessary for him to be in a position to help address the Company's regulatory issues.
Montana may distribute these funds to a state agency or program, a political subdivision of the State, a nonprofit corporation, association, and/or a charitable organization at the sole discretion of the Montana Attorney General in accordance with the laws of the State of Montana, with the express condition that the funds be used for improvements to the Tongue River Reservoir or related facilities in Montana.
It is an express condition of this race that all horses that run in this race may be claimed.
This is done simply to enable him to pay his debt to the banks and to the State, but with the express condition that the remainder of the guarantee is sufficient to cover part of the debt not recovered by the State.
He said that the plaintiff had suffered no damage, and in the alternative he said that on August 13, 1913, he promised to marry the plaintiff on the express condition that if either the plaintiff or defendant should thereafter meet any person that the plaintiff or defendant should respectively prefer, such engagement should come to an end and should no longer have any force or effect.